Thursday, January 19, 2012

The Morning World News Report of the 19th of January 2012

ReutersIndia: BREAKINGVIEWS - Unravelling India, Part 2: Corruption 
AP: BREAKING: AP Source: Texas Gov. Rick Perry to endorse Newt Gingrich -BW

MarketWatch: Bank of America swings to profit on 11% higher revenue; shares up 6%

Rick Santorum won Jan 3 Iowa Republican US presidential caucuses by 34 votes, according to certified results - Reuters

PressTV: New Yorkers protest anti-piracy bills 
HuffPost #Worldnews: Myanmar holds new cease-fire talks
BBCWorld: Texas Governor Rick Perry set to drop out of US Republican presidential nomination campaign. Details soon
Bangladeshi army claims to have foiled a plan to bring down Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's government, military spokesman claims - Reuters
PressTV: Rocket hits Turkish Embassy in Baghdad

AP: Weekly unemployment benefit applications drop by 50,000, lowest in nearly 4 years: -BW

PressTV: Panamanian policemen smash #drug packages with machetes before being incinerated in Cerro Patacon
AlArabiya_Eng: #Nigeria police fire teargas at protesters in Lagos: AFP

wsj #worldnews: News Corp. Settles Phone-Hacking Cases
AlArabiya_Eng: Top Syrian activists, security officer killed; #Russia says no to Western intervention

AlArabiya_Eng: Death toll rises to 18 in #Syria: revolution council

AJEnglish: #Yemen fighters 'to withdraw' if inmates freed

guardianworld: An al-Qaida affiliate publishes a magazine called Inspire. One copy found its way to Gitmo
Breaking #worldNews: Iran's foreign minister says US should express they are open for negotiations without conditions - Reuters
AlArabiya_Eng: At least six people killed in a suicide attack at Kandahar international airport Thursday, police say - AFP

AP: Avalanches kill 29 in northeastern #Afghanistan; #NATO soldier killed by bomb in south: -VW

BBC News (World): Suicide attack at Kandahar airport in #Afghanistan, reports say. Details soon
Reuters: Pakistan expects to re-open supply route to NATO forces in Afghanistan, impose tariffs on shipments. - a senior security official
PressTV: 5 #US-led soldiers killed in S #Afghanistan

NYTimes World: Bombings Kill 17 in Southern Afghanistan
PressTV: Roadside bomb kills 1 in NW #Pakistan

Reuters Top News: Pakistan court puts off contempt case against PM

Rory Cellan-Jones: Wikipedia says 162 million saw its blackout landing page, and in US 8 million looked up Congressional rep to protest SOPA and PIPA

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